Wayne Johnson’s Raster Blaster Reloaded available for download
I’ve spent the last few months remaking Raster Blaster from the Apple II which was a game I loved playing back at school in the day. It’s currently available for Windows, MacOSX and Android and I need to get back to finishing the Linux build which will hopefully be next week sometime. The free download […]
John Brooks releases DiskImage Nibble Utility
Alex Lee via Facebook, posted a tweet from Rastan programmer, John Brooks (@JBrooksBSI) that he’s writing new software in order to release old software. His first offering is a “DiskImage” nibble utility, featuring: Get it here (800k .po disk image, zip compressed) https://goo.gl/oc9MhZ Readme.txt https://goo.gl/BJJcta
The Byte Works’ Opus ][ now available from Juiced.GS
SEPTEMBER 1, 2015 — LEOMINSTER, MA — Gamebits, publisher of premier Apple II magazine Juiced.GS, is proud to announce its partnership with software developer The Byte Works to sell Opus ][: The Software and Opus ][: The Source. These products, which collect the majority of The Byte Works’ products and source code, are available immediately […]
Open Apple #50 (August 2015) : Rebecca Heineman, Plamen’s Clones, GS/OS Updates
This month on Open Apple, we sit down with Rebecca “Burger Becky” Heineman. Becky is a legendary Apple II developer (not to mention many other platforms), and was the keynote speaker at KansasFest 2015. We discuss Becky’s KansasFest experiences then and now, how the community has changed, and what she’s up to now. She has […]
Arduino-based Apple 1 emulator on Hackaday
Alex Bowen’s Arduino-based Apple 1 emulator was posted on Hackaday. You can read more about his college advanced microprocessors project here.
Check out Quinn Dunki’s Apple II ROM Dumper
Read all about it at Blondihacks.
Decode your vintage Apple computers serial number
Guillaume Courtier has written a Macintosh OS X application that will decode the serial number on your Apple IIGS, IIe Platinum, IIc Plus and Macintosh. The serial number will reveal the date and month, and also where the computer was manufactured. Requires Macintosh OS X 8.x-10.x 64bit You can download the app from: http://museepgc.perso.sfr.fr/download/Serial%20Number%20Decoder%201.2.dmg
Burgertime 08/16/2015: Coding with Burgerlib
Rebecca Heineman has posted the latest Burgertime video to YouTube. Be sure to subscribe for the latest, greatest news and development info from Burger Becky.